Biomutant does not go down well with everyone. The action role-playing game has won over many players with its open world – but almost as many are seriously disappointed by the inconsequential story and too little challenge after the release. The criticism from testers and community has apparently reached loud and clear with the developers, who promise many improvements. The first patch is already in the making.
So that you are well prepared for the start in Biomutant even before the announced update, learn best from our experiences:
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When will the first patch be released? The official Biomutant account announced on Twitter that the first update is currently being developed. It is expected to appear first for PC and then also for consoles. An exact release date has not yet been announced, but it should be “hopefully soon”:
Link to Twitter content
What’s in the first patch? There are no patch notes yet, the tweet just says: “It contains bug fixes and changes based on community feedback.” The developers are already revealing more about the long-term plans.
What do the developers want to improve? Biomutant is still to be screwed on on all sides, another tweet promises changes in the following areas:
- Time dialogue
- Difficulty settings
- Video settings such as FOV and motion blur
This cites many of our own points of criticism, for example we found the narrator negative in the test. He translates all the conversations and otherwise has a lot to say. Even if you can slow it down a bit in the settings, it still continues to speak up. There will probably be more opportunities to silence him more often in the future.
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Many players are also bothered by the low level of difficulty. So you can read in the mixed Steam reviews that Biomutant feels more like child’s play for many. How exactly the action role-playing game will be more challenging and the fights more exciting is not yet clear, but at least the developers are promising improvements.
In the Twitter comments The announcement is received largely positively: Many users suggest very specific adjustments that would make them better enjoy Biomutant, such as bug fixes or that opponents no longer heal themselves immediately as soon as one briefly leaves the combat radius.
Of course, not all problems can be fixed in the first update, Experiment 101 has to prioritize which fronts you want to clean up first. Hopefully Biomutant is just as adaptable as his cute protagonists. We’ll keep you up to date.
What changes are you hoping for from the first patch for Biomutant? Is there an area in which you urgently want to see improvements or are you already satisfied overall? Let us know in the comments.